If you've ever wanted to see Harrison Ford jam out to some late '90s alt rock...boy, do we have some good news for you.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the Feb. 10 episode of Apple TV+'s Shrinking, Ford's character Dr. Paul Rhoades finishes up a phone call as he hitches ride with fellow therapist and co-worker Gaby, played by Jessica Williams.
"I'm excited to see you," Paul says to the mystery person on the other end of the line. "Come by the office and then we'll go over to the apartment. Alright, see you then. Bye, sweetheart."
Once he hangs up, an intrigued Gaby asks, "Whoa, who's your sweetheart? Is she a sexy bitch?"
Paul scowls and responds, "She's my daughter."
Well, that's awkward—and then, against all odds, the newly single Gaby manages to make it even worse.
"Is she single?" she asks Paul. "Because, you know, since the divorce I've been thinking about trying some new things."
Paul doesn't know whether to laugh or shake his head—so he does a bit of both.
"I'm just kidding," Gaby says. "I'm just trying to make you uncomfortable."
A flustered Paul responds, "You're very good at that."
As he makes his way to Gaby's passenger side door, he asks, "Can we play that song I like?"
That song he likes turns out to be Sugar Ray's 1999 hit "Every Morning," which Paul and Gaby sing together on their drive.
You've never really lived until you've seen the original Han Solo himself belt out, "Every morning there's a halo hanging from the corner of my girlfriend's four-post bed."
For more, check out new episodes of Shrinking when they drop Fridays on Apple TV+.